Immediate Vacancy For EFL Teacher in Russia

Date posted:2015-09-17 | Writer: Language Link Samara | Email: [email protected]

Language Link Samara invites you to experience an exciting and different level of EFL teaching in one of Russia’s best regions on the bank of the beautiful Volga, which inspired the famous Russian painter Repin to paint his masterpieces. Samara is the sixth largest city in Russia. Our programs for young learners are dynamic and suited to allow you to develop your TEFL career comfortably. Salaries range from 30,000 Roubles monthly (net salary, based on qualifications and experience) plus visa, accommodation, and airfare compensation. Additional benefits can be negotiated on an individual basis.


CELTA, TEFL, TESOL, Online TEFL (when accompanied by assessed practical component). YL extension is preferable but not required. Teaching for exams highly desired.

**Please note: due to the regulations of the immigration department, we can only accept applications from natives of traditionally English speaking countries, i.e., the UK, the USA, Canada, NZ, Australia, and South Africa.


Reply with CV and references to the email address given on the job heading before 30 September, 2015 for start ASAP!

Language Link

Tel: +7 495 730-63-99


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


This chapter showed some different methodologies and structures of teaching. I'm wondering how the rods are used in the Silent Way. I've been quite familiar with PPP and hadn't studied much of ESA. Though it's important to have examples of activities and lessons, I would have had them at the end or as an additional, separate document as it mixed content in the lesson making me lose interest.Unit 3 goes over theories, methods and techniques. I have learned many things after reading and going through this unit. I was most interested in reading and learning about the many different elicitation techniques, I didn’t anticipate so many different ways. I am excited for the opportunity to have a classroom of my own and assess which techniques would work best for my students and I.